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New Lucy Art Website Launched

new website

The new Lucyart website is now live. There have been some technical issues but we would love any feedback. We want to improve your experience so please let us have your comments.

 

 

 

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Janets Foss, Malham Canvas Art Prints

Janets Foss, Malham Canvas Art Prints by Rob Haigh.

These are photos from a visit by Rob to North Yorkshire in September 2015. Prints are available by clicking the images below.

Janets Foss Waterfall Canvas Art Print Janets Foss Waterfall Art Print


Cool abstract canvas art for London City Living

If you want to brighten up your home or transform your surroundings with a piece of unique artwork that depicts the capital, or if you are looking for a striking abstract picture, then there are a number of pieces that are perfect for the London art lover.

Abstracts

Abstracts began to gain momentum in the nineteenth century. In the 1930s, London was a mecca for abstract artists and abstracts are still very much part of the London art scene to this day.

In modern times, abstract art has continued to grow in popularity and its many different forms, colours and compositions continue to capture the imagination and remain relevant in the twenty first century.

Abstract Art for London Living

Lucy Art sells a collection of abstract paintings that capture the mood of London living. As with the other collections offered on the website, colours are available as shown or they can be customised to suit your personal preferences or your colour scheme at no extra cost.

abstract art

The vivid abstract paintings, which capture different moods and feelings, are supplied ready to hang and they are painted in high-quality acrylics.

A different view of London

For those that are looking for a completely different view of London like they have never seen before, Lucy Art has a range of abstract canvas prints that capture classic images of the capital in a unique way. You can also send in your own photo to let Rob Haigh create a personal piece from your own photograph.

abstract art of london on canvas

The above piece was created by artist Rob Haigh. The image is printed onto high quality canvas and finished with giclee laminate to help protect the artwork from damage.

The artwork is created from a photo taken by Rob; they are then transformed into a ready to hang canvas print or they can be supplied ready to frame locally.

The completed picture is printed on high quality canvas and finished with giclee laminate to protect the artwork and enhance the colours.

Three piece Abstract Art

Our three piece giclee canvas prints are suitable for London apartments with modern, open plan layouts that are often in need of that little bit extra to help complement the overall look.

Abstract Art On Canvas

The three piece canvas art pictured above has been created by Rob.

As with our other paintings, our high quality art on canvas come in a choice of set colours or buyers can opt for their own colour theme.

Please get in touch if you have a brief in mind or have any questions.

Tel:- 01924 566244

Email:- sales@lucyart.co.uk

Website:- www.lucyart.co.uk

Twitter:- @lucyart


Canvas art, paintings and prints to suit your taste

Canvas art paintings to suit your taste 

The right piece of art can complement an interior and draw attention, however, the main challenge can often be finding the perfect piece of artwork that suits your own personal tastes, or finding a painting that matches your home or office interior.

Many stores concentrate on selling mass produced paintings and prints, which cannot be personalised to suit individual tastes, and it is often difficult to find something that reflects the exact feel of a room.

Another problem can be the size of the painting. You might discover the most amazing piece of art only to find the dimensions might not be suitable for the room that it is intended for, while others find some of the mass produced art available uninspiring.

However, if you are one of those people looking for something that is designed especially for you, bespoke canvas art is your answer.

The Benefits of Bespoke canvas art paintings

  • A stunning range of bespoke art that can be adapted so that they are suitable for the individual’s tastes. What makes bespoke canvas art so unique is that both the colours and the size can be altered; bespoke art will be suitable for the look of the interior and it will be perfectly suited to the size of the room.
  • Whether you are looking for a large piece of art that is guaranteed to get noticed, or a more subtle piece to complement a small room such as a study or bedroom, a bespoke canvas painting will suit your needs.
  • Bespoke art comes in a huge variety of designs; there is sure to be something to suit everyone’s tastes. Professionally painted vibrant images demand to be noticed and make your room unique.
  • Prices for bespoke art can start from as little as £50, making it an affordable purchase for many people.
  • With bespoke canvas art paintings, there is something for which ever mood or image you wish to create, and, of course, the colours can be changed according to your own personal tastes.
  • For something truly special, commissions are also available so it is guaranteed that no one else out there will have a piece of art that is like yours.
  • A bespoke canvas print also makes an ideal gift for people that are looking for something different to purchase as a present. The colours can be adapted to suit the individual’s personality or to reflect their favourite colours.
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Bespoke canvas art to suit your space

 


Selection of our canvas art available to purchase

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This is just a small selection of the canvas art available to buy in any size through Lucy Art

 


The Lucy Art Story So Far….

I am an abstract artist based in Ossett, West Yorkshire. I first started painting/drawing whilst very young and then let it slip during my teenage years and didn’t pick it up again until my late 20’s. I started just doing paintings for our new house. After seeing the art friends wanted some and said i should try selling them and so i did. I tried Ebay to start with, but i didn’t sell my first 6 paintings and at a cost of £10 per listing the costs where rising and i was literally 2 mins from giving it up when a lady bought my first painting for the minimum bid of £45 and Lucy Art was born from there (which is named after my daughter Lucy). I built confidence from this, adding more art and all these sold, so i created a website of my works (www.lucyart.co.uk) which i was producing from my garage at home and linked this to ebay and vice versa and it was an instant success. Within 6 months i had packed my job in and moved to an 800sq ft studio near my home and a month after that persuaded my wife Paula to follow suit and help with the day to day admin of the business. After a further 6 months i was always thinking how to expand the business as i could only create so many paintings, so i looked at digital printing, printing any photo on to canvas and stretching around a 38mm deep wooden frame. I spoke to our web designer and we quickly offered it online, customers took to it very well. We used an outside company to create them in the early days then quickly bought the printers and i asked my Dad who was approaching retirement if he would like to work for me making frames and stretching the canvas prints he said yes so we were in business. This side grew from strength to strength, i then took on another member of staff a young art graduate, John Goddard who was then our graphic artist. Taking on staff is quite scary and a big responsibilty but after a while you work out how best to manage individuals and i do enjoy having a nice close team around me and this only helps with customer service and ensuring we all produce the best quality products, all of the time and our large database of regular customers only proves we must be doing something right.
With the business getting busier all the time we needed more space and my landlord looked at extending existing premises, but it took too long to get all plans passed etc and we found the perfect spot in my hometown of Ossett, West Yorkshire. It was an old car showroom over 4000 sq ft just on the edge of the town centre on a busy road and with large front and side windows for our displays. When initially looking for new premises i wasn’t sure if i needed such a big gallery space as 99% of our business was online but as we started refurbishment work i just decided let’s go for it and we even created an extra display area in the old car garage. I must admit i definately bit of more than i could chew and costs just got totally out of control and had a nightmare with the builders who we had to sack 3 weeks prior to our opening date and if it hadn’t have been for my Dad, who is builder/joiner by trade, there was no way we would have got finished. We got the keys at the end of March 2007 and opened the gallery 18th August 2007 and to say myself and all staff were running on empty for the grand opening is an understatement, but it was a good day and night. Before the big move we employed further members of staff, Linda who was my friends Mum and a fantastic addition to the team. Lucy then sent in her cv and had experience of working in an art gallery so she seemed the perfect candidate. Next in was Dan who has really impressed me and is excellent at his job and great with the customers.
The gallery was really busy until Feb 2008 when we really started to see the effect of the global recession and the credit crunch kicking in and an extremely hard 2 years followed and we had to streamline the business, but i believe it has made us a better and stronger outfit going forward and a lot of lessons have been learnt along the way. Business is really good again and whilst writing this we are looking forward to a busy Christmas period and we have lots of exciting ideas for 2011 including a new website, perspex art and framed artwork to buy online and all created in house to ensure top quality.
The gallery is at 29 Station Rd, Ossett, West Yorkshire. WF5 8AY.
We produce:-
Original art on canvas, painted by me with free colour change service.

Canvas prints, which is art we source, print and frame in house and all has our slant on to make them unique to us.

Photos printed on to canvas, which is exactly that and you can upload your images online or call in the gallery. You can also have them printed as posters or fine art prints.

Photo Wallpaper, we can produce custom bespoke wallpaper from any image so you can give any room a view.

We also offer bespoke framing and perspex acrylic art.

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